Plamor Lanes will remain open, for now

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Plamor Lanes will remain open past April 30 closing date after fire destroys AMF Parkway Lanes

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – Plamor Lanes was scheduled to shut its doors on April 30.

But that was before fire destroyed the nearby AMF Parkway Lanes.

Because options for area bowlers would have been drastically limited, Damson Automotive Group, which purchased the property months ago, has decided to delay the takeover of Plamor Lanes.

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Plamor Lanes manager Bobby Orebaugh tells us there is no set time the bowling alley will remain open. Only saying Plamor would be an option for local bowlers until AMF can rebuild and get back on their feet.

“Damson came to us and was wondering why we hadn’t called them yet. But you know, we figured the deal was already done. As a community service, they’re going to allow us to stay open until a new center is built in town,” said Orebaugh.